Projects we worked on
Throughout 2018, we worked on and launched many new websites, systems, and brands.
Dutch Imports Refresh
Starting the year off we helped improve Dutch Imports ecommerce system, this included a complete rebuild of the product management system, a website re-design, incorporating the system to aid in-house pickers, collectors and deliveries. We have worked closely with Dutch Imports over the years and have now completely digitalised all of their key internal processes, saving them time and money.
Hello to the Strata Group
In 2018 we also welcomed Strata Group as a new addition to our growing client list, Strata needed the very best when it came to web design in Hull, as they required a new website each of their seven unique businesses. We worked alongside the directors and their marketing team to create a consistent online style guide for each business.
Whilst working with Strata on their websites, they recognised a need to improve their internal systems and asked us to design and build a bespoke customer relationship manager (CRM). This would house all of their leads, sales, and live projects. The CRM is now live and it will be rolled it out to each of their sub-businesses. Over the coming months we will continue to work closely together as we carry out ongoing SEO work for each business.
Some more projects we worked on include;
Pagabo - a fresh and modern website focusing on the community and social value of Pagabo’s work.
Hanson Caravans - entire website redesign updating them to a modern look and welcoming them onboard as a marketing client of ours.
Squideo - many website design changes and updates and new bespoke CRM scheduled to launch in 2019.
Throughout 2018, we attended multiple events and even hosted our own charity event at the beginning of the year - something we’re working on repeating this year. Here’s a look at some of the events we took part in 2018.
Gaming for Macmillan
On the 8th of February, we transformed the office into a temporary gaming lounge complete with consoles, gaming PC’s, virtual reality and handhelds before embarking on a 24-hour gaming marathon. In total, we managed to raise over £800 for Macmillan Cancer Support! You can find the blog about the whole event here.
On the 28th of April, we took part in another charity event. This time a 5km inflatable obstacle course in support of Hull & East Yorkshire MIND. Running, bouncing, flipping and crawling across some of the largest and most extreme inflatable obstacles ever assembled in the UK. See the pictures and read more in the blog post here.
Hull Digital Awards
On the 20th of September, Eyeweb sponsored and attended the Hull Digital Awards in the new Bonus Arena. During this time, we ran a social media campaign focused on highlighting Hull’s rich culture and spreading the reasons why we are proud of Hull.
We're now looking forward to seeing what 2019 brings.